Ultrasonic Cavitation is a new, revolutionary fat removal technique that does NOT involve surgery – there is no need for anesthesia, any hospital stay or time off work. Lipocontour Ultrasound Cavitation causes microscopic bubbles to surround the lipocyte (fat cell) membranes and with its resonant frequency, the bubbles cause high enough pressure to cause the fat cells to break up instantly. The broken lipocytes are then moved to the liver and safely metabolized out of human body which is assisted by drinking a lot of water.
It produces lipolysis of fatty acids from adipocytes (fat-laden cells) due to a phenomenon known as stable cavitation, and increased cell permeability of the adipocytes. There is a breakdown of the fibers through mechanical action. Finally, some adipocytes are metabolized by the liver and eliminated in the urine, so its always recommended to drink plenty of water both the day of treatment and subsequent days. The procedure works to remove superficial fat and fat accumulation.
Ultrasonic Cavitation FAQ’s
1)How is Ultrasonic Cavitation Different from Liposuction?
Liposuction is an invasive surgical procedure which has been around for several decades that uses scalpels or lasers to physically cut away fat. It is sometimes an in-patient procedure, although this is becoming more rare. Liposuction takes days or even weeks to heal from. On the plus side, liposuction can sometimes get rid of larger fat deposits where morbid obesity is a concern, whereas cavitation may be less effective in those cases.
Ultrasonic cavitation (ultrasound cavitation) is a newer, non-invasive surgical technique which uses an ultrasound cavitation slimming machine which emits ultrasonic waves to causes what are known as “cavitations” (tiny bubbles) in fatty tissue. Cavitation then destroys the fatty tissue, while leaving all other tissues intact. It is able to target the fatty tissues only by operating only at a specific, narrow band of frequency. Once the fatty cells die off, they are absorbed into the blood stream and excreted in your urine. What’s more, cavitation is 100% outpatient, barring any rare complications. There is 0 recuperative time, other than following a few simple rules.
2)How long has cavitation been around?
Ultrasonic cavitation, or ultrasound cavitation, is actually an effect that occurs in many applications where ultrasound waves are produced. For example, some motors or propellers produce ultrasonic cavitation during their operation. However, using ultrasound cavitation for cosmetic surgery purposes has only been around since 2005, when it was pioneered in Italy (know there as Cavitazione Estetica).
3)Is Ultrasonic Cavitation Painful? Is it Safe?
As long as you’re healthy enough for outpatient surgery UC is very safe. In fact, no anesthesia is normally used during the operation as it is completely non-invasive. There is no pain from the procedure, despite the lack of use of anesthesia. Ultrasound cavitation actually uses ultrasonic waves, which are similar to high frequency sound waves, too high for the human ear to hear. You will feel some heat from the equipment, but it is not uncomfortable. Some people do experience a small amount of redness for about 24 hours after the procedure.
4)What Areas of the Body Respond Most Effectively to Ultrasound Cavitation?
Typically, Ultrasound Cavitation Slimming Machines are used on the same areas of the body as are usually associated with liposuction. This means that the Ultrasonic Cavitation may be used on various areas of the human body, including the abdomen, bottom of back (love handles), thighs, hips, buttocks, knees and calves and upper arms.
5)Is There Anyone Who SHOULDN’T Have Ultrasonic Cavitation?
It’s generally recommended that anyone who undergoes cavitation is simply well enough for any elective surgery. There are no specific contraindications, no medicines to avoid, etc. Obviously, your Cavitation caregiver will evaluate you to make sure that you have no issues which would prevent you from undergoing the procedure. Sometimes those with cardiovascular illnesses, those who have a pacemaker, and women who are pregnant or breastfeeding are encouraged to wait or get carefully evaluated before having the procedure done.
6)So Tell Me Again, If There Are No “Cuts” How Does the Fat Go Away?
The fat is “cavitated” and turned into a liquid. The liquid is then absorbed into the bloodstream, and then filtered out by the kidneys, and excreted in urine.
Drink Lots of Water – Water will help your body to flush out the fat. You should drink at least 3 Liters of water the day of the procedure, and at least 2 Liters in the days following.
You Can Have the Procedure Done Every 2 Days
Sometimes it takes more than one session to really get the fat emulsified. 6 sessions is about the norm, with 10-12 sessions not being uncommon.
Price Per Area-Per Treatment = $250.00
Author – Ryan Patel www.ultrasoniccavitation.org